Dubstep Kingpin and Buygore label owner, Borgore, is back with just enough gore to be an aphrodisiac with his dark new single with horror music video “Summerlake”. Just released on June 28th 2019 via Buygore Records, Summerlake will precede his upcoming performances at Shaq’s Bass All Stars in D.C as well as Project Z festival in San Bernardino.
As the single leads with a dark and ominous tone, Borgore lends his vocal talents on Summerlake which delivers sultry lyrics paired with catchy hooks. The single slowly builds into his signature ‘Gorestep’ style with its high-pitched screaming synths and eventual insane drops. Summerlake gives off full horror vibes with heavy hitting baselines sure to satisfy headbangers and start the biggest mosh pits.
The music video turned-mini-horror film follows three friends in the wake of their lake house summer vacation. Eager to get into the water, one of the girls heads solo to the shore while the other stays behind in the mansion-like home to freshen up and shower. Think again…
Summerlake Music Video
Hailed as one of the most mind-melting dubstep artists of his generation, classically trained producer, songwriter, and DJ Borgore’s ability to cross genres and experiment freely has earned him one of the top spots in the industry. As a fearless boundary pusher, Borgore has deconstructed the stereotype of what a musician should be by blending his bass, trance, hip hop and dubstep influences with his compositional education from Tel Aviv’s world-renowned Thelma Yellin Music Academy. Borgore’s initial standout releases like 2009’s Ice Cream Mixtape and 2010’s Borgore Ruined Dubstep, Pt. 1 & Pt. 2, made him an early frontrunner in the dubstep scene.
Widely-known as the label boss of Buygore Records, Borgore has a decade-long list of accomplishments from headlining sold out shows to record-breaking crowds at iconic events such as Tomorrowland, Made In America, Ultra and EDC Las Vegas, a weekly internationally syndicated SiriusXM radio series ‘The Borgore Show’, and a multitude of collaborative bangers alongside artists such as Miley Cyrus, G-Eazy, Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka Flame and Diplo.
Borgore at Tomorrowland